Electricity rates to dip, but remain higher than usual this summer

Updated at 11 a.m. on March 31

THE R.I. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION on Wednesday approved Rhode Island Energy's proposal for summer electricity rates, which represent a decrease from winter rates but are higher than last summer's rates. / AP File Photo/John Antczak
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Energy customers will see some relief from historically high winter electricity rates with the warmer weather, though summer electricity bills will be higher than in previous years. On Wednesday, the R.I. Public Utilities Commission approved Rhode Island Energy's proposed April-September electricity rates, which include base charge, last resort service charge and…

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